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and their interest in preferring their content over others. we see it from multiple providers. peter slen: and unfortunately, we are out of time. chris lewis of public knowledge. jeff -- jeffrey eisenach. the entire speech by chairman ajit pai is available at c-span.org. there is a search of function on top and you can type in his name. and watch his entire speech from this past week. also, the draft proposal put out by the chairman is available now announcer: c-span, where history unfolds daily. a 1979, c-span was created as
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announcer: c-span programs are available at c-span.org on our homepage and by searching the video library. a live look here outside the washington hilton hotel in the nation's capital, where guests are arriving for the white house correspondents dinner. tonight's entertainer is daily show comedian hassan manoj. include thell also announcement of several journalism awards and the recipients of college scholarships provided by the white house correspondents association. our live coverage begins at 9:30 eastern here on c-span. president trump is not attending tonight's dinner, making him the first president in more than three decades to skip the annual gathering. instead, he will be in harrisburg, pennsylvania for a rally marking his 100th day in office. we will take you there as soon as he arrives. in this 7:00ted
hour around 7:30 p.m. eastern. until then, we'll take a look back at the president's first 100 days on this morning's "washington journal." is managerts lester of opinion for "u.s. news & world report." we have been talking it about this all-important 100 a marker, but should it be important? guest: no. it dates back to fdr. it was the 100 days of the special sessions of congress that fdr called after he came into office. that was during the great depression, which was an existential crisis of the country. so it was genuinely a time of great action and emergency. and since then, the media administrations have cooperated